Published Jan 30, 2015Múm released their album Smilewound back in 2013, and although we've turned over the calendar twice since then, the Icelandic outfit are still promoting it. Today, they rolled out a video for the track "Slow Down."
The video is as restrained and chilly as the song itself, as it's full of blustery snowscapes, lingering closeups of eyes, and percussionist Samuli Kosminen naked and dirty in a graveyard. (It's not exactly NSFW, although we do see his bare butt.) Eventually, everyone finds some warmth in front of small fires they build in the wildnerness.
It was principally directed by Josie Foster, F.D. Cristian and Peter Bill. Watch it below.